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Dear colleagues,

I just published a WIKI page explaining the navigation inside a UI component. A navigation changes the current view assembly. It always leaves the current view (via an outbound plug) and goes to a different view (via an inbound plug). The possible navigations (i.e. connections from outbound plugs to inbound plugs) are part of the runtime repository of the current UI component. It is also possible to go beyond the boundaries of the current UI component. Then the navigation either leads into an embedded UI component (outside in) or it leaves to the embedding UI component (inside out). In this case it is necessary to define plugs as part of the UI component. Happy reading.

Best Regards,

Hasan

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